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Artist:Saffire
Taken from the album Miscellaneous by Saffire
Album:Miscellaneous
Track:Middle Aged Blues Boogie
 
Date Added:18/10/2007
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Lyrics:Give Me a Young Man
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G
Well I was looking round and checking out my very best
friends
Seems that they'd all taken up with the young young men...
C
Seems that when
you reach around middle age
G
You don't want a final chapter, you want to write another
page...
A D9 G Eb9 D9
I need a young man, to drive away my middle-age
blues

G
Well seems like men my age are all married, boring or tied
You got to
find a young man if you want to feel desired...
C
Now some of my friends is worried 'bout
what people may say,
G
I say age ain't nothin' but a number the good lord made it that
way...
A D9 G Eb9 D9
I need a young man, to drive away my middle-age
blues

G
You know he can get it up and he can get on down
He'll help you do the
dishe, take you out on the town...
C
He'll let you navigate cause he ain't worried 'bout
seniority
G
You can tell him where to put it, keeping you happy is his priority
A

I need a young, young man,
I need a young, young man,
A D9 G
Eb9 D9
I need a young, young man, to drive away my middle-age blues

G
Well
i'll forget about my arthritis, my backache, my lumbago
That young man makes me tango at the
horizontal disco
C
I'm cleaning out my closet, I'm no longer
sentimental
G
Forget about experience, I'd rather have potential
A D G
A
young man to drive away my middle age blues

G
Well, I don't need no reefer, I don't
need no cocaine
All I need is a young man to drive me insane...
C
I'm throwing away
my dustmop, got a brand new vacuum cleaner...
G
I'm no longer taken for granted, my young
man's sexy but sweeter...
A D9 G Eb9 D9
A young, young man, to drive away my
middle-age blues

G
An old woman don't yell
An old woman don't tell
An old
woman don't swell
An she's grateful as hell
A
I need a young, young man,

I need a young, young man,
A D9 G Eb9 D9
I need a young, young man,
to drive away my middle-age blues

Solos
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G
An old woman
don't yell
An old woman don't tell
An old woman don't swell
An she's grateful as
hell
A
I need a young, young man,
I need a young, young man,
A
D9 G Eb9 D9
I need a young, young man, to drive away my middle-age
blues

G
Age ain't nothin but a number
Age ain't nothin but a number
Age
ain't nothin but a number
C
Age ain't nothin but a number
A
D9 G
And like a rare wine, you don't get older, you just get
better...
G9
Give me a young young man...

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